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06. Mar 2024
Gradac - Gornja Vala Beach
Gradac is a coastal resort town located under the Biokovo mountain range in the south-eastern part of the Makarska Riviera, along the main Split-Dubrovnik road. It belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. It is about 40 kilometers from the popular tourist town of Makarska. The largest local attractions are the partially preserved baroque church of St. Michael with an old cemetery, Franc Jozef I. Well, the Fountain of Croatia in the EU and a monument dedicated to fishermen and sailors. Gradac has a small port. In it, vessels with a draft of up to three meters can be moored to the long breakwater. There is a safe anchorage in the bay of Bosac in case of strong southerly or stormy weath ...
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06. Mar 2024
Biokovo Nature Park
Biokovo Nature Park is located on the coast of southern Dalmatia. Biokovo is a mountain ridge that offers an unforgettable panoramic view of the Makarska Riviera, the sea, the nearby islands and the surroundings of Biokovo. The highest peak is St. Jura, which is reached by an asphalted road. In addition to its location, Biokovo is unique due to its geomorphology and biological diversity, which were the main reasons why Biokovo was declared a nature park in 1981. The park covers an area of around 20,000 ha, its highest point is Saint Jura (1762 m). It is one of the most popular areas in Croatia for hiking enthusiasts, with many trails winding through the hills past vineyards, olive ...
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06. Mar 2024
Dubrovnik - Banje Beach
Dubrovnik is a historical and port city on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in the southern part of Croatia. It is considered one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. It is one of the four largest cities in Dalmatia. The city is known for its characteristic old town, which is surrounded by massive stone walls that were completed in the 16th century. In 1979, Dubrovnik was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Banje beach is the most popular and famous beach in Dubrovnik. It is located near the old city center in the eastern part between the Lazaret and the Hotel Excelsior. The beach has a parking lot, which is located near the highway, which is located in ...
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06. Mar 2024
Drvenik
Drvenik is a coastal fishing village in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, which administratively belongs to the municipality of Gradac. It is one of the pearls of the Makarska riviera and an ideal place to spend a vacation with the family and escape from everyday responsibilities. It is located at the foot of the steep ridges of the Biokovo mountain range along the main road Split - Dubrovnik. It lies in the bay of Donja uvala, about 30 km southeast of Makarska. The coast around Drvenik is articulated and has many small bays. It is well protected from the effects of northern winds. The main economic branch is tourism. In addition, fishing and agriculture are also developed, especially g ...
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06. Mar 2024
Gradac
Gradac is a small coastal settlement located under Mount Rilic in the southeastern area of the Makarska Riviera. It belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. It lies halfway between Dubrovnik and Split. The town of Makarska is about 40 km north, the town of Ploce is 12 km south of Graz. The municipality consists of the settlements of Drvenik, Podaca, Zaostrog, Brist and Gradac and represents the end of the Makarska Riviera. The Graz area was already inhabited in prehistoric times. Stone mounds from the Bronze and Early Iron Ages were found in this area. During the reign of the Romans, Gradac probably belonged to the colony of Narona, which was an important Roman base on Croatian terri ...
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06. Mar 2024
Podgora
Podgora is a small tourist and fishing village located in the very center of the Makarska Riviera and is considered the most beautiful place in the area. It lies southeast of Makarska on the road Split - Dubrovnik. It belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. The town is divided into two parts, Upper (Old) Podgora and Lower Podgora. It was first mentioned in written sources in 1571 as one of the cities under the protection of Venice after the Turkish defeat in the Battle of Lepanto. Tombstones from that time can be seen in the cemetery near the church of St. Tekla. The name Podgora comes from its location near the slopes of Biokovo. The city was one of the main strategic defense point ...
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06. Mar 2024
Biokovo Nature Park - Viewpoint Skywalk
The Skywalk observation deck, embedded in the heart of the Biokovo National Park in Croatia, represents a superb architectural experience with a spectacular view of the natural beauty of Dalmatia. This extraordinary glass viewpoint rises above the peaks of Biokovo. The Skywalk observation point is located in the area of Ravna Vlaska, at an altitude of 1,228 meters, right next to the information center, at kilometer 13 of the Biokovska road. There is also a geological column at the lookout point with a 3D cross-section of the rocks that form Biokova. The pillar shows a cross-section from its creation to the present day, with a geological time map and a description of the rock types ...
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06. Mar 2024
Dubrovnik - Big Onofrio
Dubrovnik is a famous city in southern Dalmatia by the Adriatic Sea. It is historically known as Ragusa. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, a sea port and the center of Dubrovnik-Neretva County. It is known for its characteristic old town surrounded by massive stone walls completed in the 16th century. Its well-preserved buildings range from the Baroque Church of Saint Blaise to the Renaissance Sponza Palace and the Gothic Duke's Palace, which is now a historical museum. In 1979, the city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in recognition of its fortified old town and outstanding medieval architecture. The history of the city dates bac ...
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06. Mar 2024
Drvenik - Drvenik Beach
Drvenik is a small fishing village in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, which administratively belongs to the municipality of Gradac. It lies at the foot of the steep ridges of the Biokovo mountain range. It is one of the pearls of the Makarska Riviera. It was first mentioned in written sources in the 13th century. Today, the remains of the settlement in the village of Staro selo bear witness to this time. It got its name from the word tree, which means tree. Drvenik is rich in archaeological and historical sites. Among them, the most prominent are the church of St. George from the 14th century, the prehistoric fortress of Gradina, the monument to unrequited love - Kostanica greb from t ...
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06. Mar 2024
Dubrovnik - Placa (Stradun)
Dubrovnik is a picturesque city in southern Dalmatia by the Adriatic Sea. It is a historical and port city and the administrative center of Dubrovnik-Neretva County. It is one of the four largest cities in Dalmatia. Dubrovnik is one of the most popular tourist resorts, attracting many domestic and foreign visitors throughout the year. It is the most southern Croatian city with a distinct Mediterranean climate. The city is known for its characteristic old town, which is surrounded by massive stone walls that were completed in the 16th century. In 1979, Dubrovnik was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Saint Blaise is the patron saint of the city. The statue is located at the en ...
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25. Sep 2023
Dubrovnik - Franciscan monastery
The city of Dubrovnik is a world-famous tourist destination located in southern Dalmatia, Croatia. It is one of the four largest cities in Dalmatia. In 1979, it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is the administrative center of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Dubrovnik is known for its picturesque old town surrounded by massive stone walls completed in the 16th century. Dubrovnik's city walls are one of the most visited attractions in Dubrovnik. The Franciscan monastery is located near the Great Onofrio's Fountain in the area of Stradun or Placa, which is the main street in Dubrovnik. A pedestrian street paved with limestone leads for about 300 meters through the his ...
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25. Sep 2023
Dubrovnik - Revelin Fortress
Dubrovnik is a picturesque tourist town in the south of Croatia, located by the Adriatic Sea. It attracts many domestic and foreign visitors throughout the year. It is known for its characteristic old town surrounded by massive stone walls. The walls of Dubrovnik are considered one of the best-preserved defensive systems from the Middle Ages. They are one of the most visited attractions of the city and the best-known landmark of the old part of the city under UNESCO protection. The walls were built to protect the city from unannounced enemy attacks. The walls vary in thickness and height, reaching a height of up to 25 meters in certain areas. The thickness of the walls varies from ...
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25. Sep 2023
Imotski - Blue Lake
Blue Lake in Imotski, Croatia is a natural destination located in the picturesque surroundings of the northern Biokovo Mountains in the Dalmatian hinterland of southern Croatia. Imotski, like the surrounding inland Dalmatian town, boasts a mild Mediterranean climate, which marks it as a popular tourist spot. The location of Imotski is particularly interesting, as it is located near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is only about 30 km away from the coast, Baska Voda. The nearest coastal town, Makarska, lies on the other side of the imposing Biokovo mountain massif. The ancient medieval fortress of Topana is located in Imotski, which stands on top of the rocks above the Bl ...
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25. Sep 2023
Imotski - Topana Fortress
Imotski is a Mediterranean town on the northern side of the Biokovo massif in the Dalmatian hinterland of southern Croatia, close to the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The nearest coastal town is Makarska, which is famous for its beaches on the Makarska Riviera, its seaside promenade and its nightlife. The landscape around Imotski was inhabited already in the Younger Stone Age. During the period of the Illyrians and the Romans it was known as Emotha and later Imota. Imotski, like the surrounding inland Dalmatia, has a generally mild Mediterranean climate, making it a popular tourist destination. Among the cultural and historical sights, the most important are the Topana fortr ...
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25. Sep 2023
Franciscan monastery - Church
Dubrovnik is a city in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, by the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, a sea port and the center of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. In 1979, the city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in recognition of its outstanding medieval culture and fortified old town. The history of the city dates back to the 7th century, when it was founded by refugees from Epidaurum. It was then known as Ragusa. It was under the protection of the Byzantine Empire and later under the sovereignty of the Republic of Venice. Between the 14th and 19th centuries, Dubrovnik ruled as a free state. The city's prosperity was histori ...
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25. Sep 2023
Dubrovnik - Walls of Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is the most famous tourist town in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, on the Adriatic Sea. It is a seaport, the center of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. The city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 in recognition of its fortified old town and outstanding medieval culture. It is one of the biggest pearls of the Adriatic and the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik's city walls were built from the 8th to the 17th century for defensive purposes. It is considered one of the best-preserved and largest defense systems from the Middle Ages. Today it is known as one of the most monumental fortification monuments i ...
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25. Sep 2023
Imotski - Stadium Gospin dolac
Imotski is a Mediterranean town located in the Dalmatian hinterland of southern Croatia, on the northern side of the Biokovo mountains. It lies near the Bosnian-Herzegovinian border. Administratively, it belongs to the Split-Dalmatia Municipality. Among the cultural and historical sights, the most important are the church of St. Francis of Assisi, the Franciscan monastery, the Benzon house, the Colombani house, the Mazzi house, the statue of Fra Stipan Vrljić, the Gospin Dolac stadium and the Topana fortress with the church of Our Lady of the Angels. Gospin Dolac Stadium is considered one of the most attractive and original stadiums in the world. In 2017, the BBC named it one of t ...
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25. Sep 2023
Franciscan monastery - Old pharmacy
Dubrovnik is a famous tourist town in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, which lies along the Adriatic Sea. It is considered one of the most attractive destinations in the Mediterranean. It is a sea port and the center of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. The history of the city dates back to the 7th century, when it was founded by refugees from Epidaurum. It was then known as Ragusa. It was under the protection of the Byzantine Empire and later under the sovereignty of the Republic of Venice. Between the 14th and 19th centuries, Dubrovnik ruled as a free state. The city's prosperity was historically based on maritime trade. In 1979, Dubrovnik was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in r ...
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25. Sep 2023
Red Lake
The Imotski region and the town of Imotski are part of the Dalmatian Zagora, which stretches along the 150-kilometer Dalmatian belt near larger towns such as Drnisa, Knina, Vrlike, Vrgorac, Sinj and Imotski. Imotski lies on the other side of the mountain range, Biokovo, in the very hinterland of the Makarska Riviera, which is a popular tourist center. It is about 30 kilometers to Baska voda, when the St. Ili tunnel was built through Biokovo. Imotski is only a few kilometers away from the Croatian-Bosnian border, and the Bosnian Mostar and the religious pilgrimage center of Medzugorje are not far away. In the area of the Imotska region, the fertile Imotska polje once played a key r ...
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11. Apr 2023
Volosko - Crnikovica Beach
Volosko is a small tourist settlement located near Opatija. The former fishing village is today a very popular gourmet destination with excellent restaurants. The center of the place is a fishing port known as mandrac. The port is a venue for performances by klapa vocal groups and jazz music, as well as other cultural events. Volosko is distinguished by its Mediterranean architecture, which is characterized by stone steps and narrow streets that hide many art galleries and studios. Before Opatija became a holiday center, Volosko was the seat of the district, the administrative center of the area and an important trading port. Today, Volosko has lost this importance, but not its a ...
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11. Apr 2023
Brela - The Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
The Church of Our Lady of Carmel is located in Soline. It represents a valuable monument of baroque architecture, with an impression of monumentality and stylistic perfection. Since it was built in 1715 in honor of the victory against the Turks, it is also known as the Church of Our Lady of Victory. After the victory over the Turks at Sinj in 1715, Makarska Bishop Nikola Bijankovic (1645-1730) had the Church of Mary Victory built in Brela, today the Church of Our Lady of Carmel. It is a votive church built during the Turkish siege of Sinj in 1715. The church was built in the shape of a Roman cross. Bishop Nikola received a mass vestment, two bells and holy vessels from the doge f ...
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11. Apr 2023
Primosten - Statue of Ivo Saric
Primosten is a small settlement and harbor located south of Sibenik. It is one of the popular tourist destinations that attracts many domestic and foreign visitors in the summer. It is the center of the municipality of Primosten, which belongs to Sibenik-Knin county. The place is located on a small peninsula between the bays of Primosten and Raduca. It is connected to the mainland by a narrow embankment. It is surrounded by crystal clear sea. The town is characterized by its well-preserved medieval Mediterranean architecture, narrow streets and ramshackle stone houses. The place was created in the 16th century, during the period of Turkish invasions. At that time, the locals buil ...
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11. Apr 2023
Makarska - Town Beach
Makarska is a popular tourist town and port. It is located at the foot of the Biokovo mountain range on the main Split-Dubrovnik road and belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. The place is characterized by a diverse gastronomic offer and numerous entertainment, cultural and sports events. In the area of Makarska, all beaches are pebbly, with the exception of cement and stone surfaces, which are also used for swimming. There are no sandy beaches in this area. The most beautiful beaches in Makarska are the town beach, Nugal nudist beach, Osejava peninsula beach, Ramova and Cvitacka nudist bays, Kraljev gaj beach and Solaric beach. The town beach is about two kilometers long. It form ...
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11. Apr 2023
Makarska - Forest Park Osejava
Makarska is located in the center of the most popular riviera of central Dalmatia, halfway between Dubrovnik and Split. Pebble beaches in this area are among the most beautiful in Croatia. Mount Biokovo proudly rises above the city with the highest peak of St. Jure. In this area there is a spectacular viewpoint that has a glass platform for walking, called the Skywalk. Makarska developed from a natural harbor protected by the Osejava and Sveti Petar peninsulas. In summer, the town is very lively. On the promenade along the two-kilometer beach, there are many restaurants, bars, clubs, and entertainment and sports facilities for the whole family. The place is ideal for lovers of an ...
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11. Apr 2023
Hotel Maestral - Beach
Hotel Amineses Maestral is located in a beautiful environment, as it lies right next to the sea and is surrounded by greenery. It is a short, approximately 10-minute walk from the center of Novigrad. The Istralandija water park, which is about four kilometers away, is among the five best in Europe. Guests are offered comfortable accommodation in single, double or family-connected rooms. For special occasions, they have suites with a living room and a balcony. Most rooms and suites have a balcony on the sea side. The Ventola hotel restaurant offers a superb selection of local and international cuisine. The wellness center is arranged according to the highest standards and has ever ...
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11. Apr 2023
Primosten - Hotel Zora
Hotel Zora is located 500 meters from the Dalmatian town of Primosten, which lies south of Sibenik. It is located on the Raduca peninsula, in a pine forest that provides pleasant shade in the hot summer months. The hotel is open from March to November. Guests can check in at the hotel from three o'clock in the afternoon and check out until eleven o'clock. The beach is only 50 meters away from the hotel complex. It is pebble and stony, suitable for children. Deck chairs and umbrellas can be rented for an additional fee. The hotel has a swimming pool with heated sea water and a retractable roof. Guests can use sunbeds free of charge. There are two children's pools in the courtyard ...
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11. Apr 2023
Visnjan
Visnjan is a small Istrian settlement in Croatia, the seat of the municipality of the same name, which administratively belongs to the Istria County. This is the most western county of Croatia, covering most of the area of the Istrian peninsula. The official center is Pazin, which is located in the geographical center of the peninsula. The municipality of Visnjan stretches between the Lim Channel in the south and the Mirna River in the north, only about 15 kilometers from the city of Porec. Visnjan lies on top of a hill and is surrounded by fields, meadows, and forests of white hornbeam and oak. The name Visnjan comes from the Latin word Vicinianus, which means close. It was firs ...
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11. Apr 2023
Makarska - Hotel Osejava
The town of Makarska is the center of the 60-kilometer-long Makarska Riviera, which belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. Makarska lies at the foot of the Biokova massif, which protects the town from the effects of the continental climate. It is located in a bay closed from the northeast by the Saint Petar peninsula and from the south by Cape Osejeva. Makarska is a popular tourist center with a two kilometer long city beach and promenade. Here you will find many restaurants, bars, clubs and entertainment and sports activities for the whole family. The biggest historical and cultural attractions of the city are the Cathedral of Saint Mark, the Franciscan monastery, the Malacologica ...
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11. Apr 2023
Rijeka
Reka is the third largest city in Croatia, after Split and Zagreb, and the main sea port. It is located at the mouth of the Rijecina River on the northern coast of the Kvarner Gulf. It is the seat and capital of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. The Gulf of Reka is bounded by Mala Vrata, Vela Vrata and Srednja Vrata and is connected to the Kvarner Gulf. The bay is deep enough, about fifty meters, to accommodate large merchant ships. The river is surrounded by mountains on three sides. Ucka stands out in the western part. To the east is the Velika Kapela mountain range. To the northeast lies the Risnjak massif with the national park and the Sneznik plateau. The city lies on a long ...
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11. Apr 2023
Primosten - Our Lady of Loreto
Mrs. Loretska stands on top of Gaj hill in the immediate vicinity of the Dalmatian town of Primosten. The people of Primosten erected a 17-meter high monument to the protector of the city, which represents a popular religious and tourist attraction. The location at the top of the hill is a wonderful vantage point for Primosten and its surroundings. The history of Our Lady of Loretska began in 1835. The "Black Mary" monument was inaugurated in 2017, on May 10, when the town celebrates a municipal holiday with a procession in honor of Our Lady. Stipe Petrina, the longtime mayor of the municipality of Primosten, is credited with erecting the monument to Saint Mary. The black face of ...
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11. Apr 2023
Opatija - Angiolina Beach
Opatija has a wide range of well-equipped beaches for adults and children that have everything that you could wish for. The combination of luxury beaches and crystal clear sea is ideal for an amazing holiday. Refresh yourself in the relaxing waves, feel the sand between your toes when you dive into the sea, take your pet to a dog beach, and enjoy a wonderful day in the sun. The most popular beaches in Opatija are Angiolina Beach, Slatina Beach, Beach of the Hotel Royal, Children's Beach Tomaševac, Lipovica Family Beach, Škrbići Family Beach, Dog Beach, Hotel Savoy Beach, Lido Beach Resort, Črnikovica Beach. The completely new Angiolina Beach has been restored to its previous retr ...
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11. Apr 2023
Primosten - Church of St. Rocco
The Dalmatian town of Primosten is located south of Sibenik. The place, built on an island near the coast, is characterized by medieval Mediterranean architecture, narrow streets, stone houses and churches. It is a popular tourist location that attracts domestic and foreign visitors. The settlement under its current name was first mentioned in written sources in 1564. The attractive old town center is squeezed onto an island surrounded by the turquoise sea. The wooded peninsula of Raduca stretches to the north and is surrounded by a large and beautiful pebble beach. The origins of Primosten date back to the Ottoman conquest of Bosnia in 1463, when the Croatian-speaking population ...
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11. Apr 2023
Novigrad - Karpinjan Beach
The city of Novigrad is a popular tourist center and port located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula, south of Umag. Administratively, it belongs to the Istrian County. It extends to the Mirna River in the south, and to the Dajla Bay in the north. Novigrad has preserved its ancient appearance with characteristic narrow streets, small squares and many old buildings in the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The former walls with two round towers have also been preserved. The town has two marinas and a small port. Novigrad is known for its well-kept beaches. The best beaches in Novigrad are Maestral beach, Laguna beach, Mareda beach, Sirena beach, Karpinjan beach, Pinet ...
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11. Apr 2023
Makarska - St. Peter Forest Park
Makarska is a popular tourist town located at the foot of the Biokovo mountain in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is located halfway between Split and Dubrovnik. The climate in this area is Mediterranean with strong storms in the winter. The town, with around 13,000 inhabitants, is located in a small bay closed by the St. Peter peninsula and Cape Osejava. Makarska has one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic, which is about 2 kilometers long and surrounded by a pine forest and a pleasant park. The largest historical and cultural attractions of the city are the Cathedral of St. Mark, the Franciscan monastery, the Malacological Museum with 3,000 shells and the Lourdes Vepric ...
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07. Mar 2023
Veli Losinj - Church St. Anthony the Hermit
Veli Losinj is a picturesque small town located in a narrow bay on the southeastern part of the island of Losinj. The special features of the place are numerous villas with beautiful gardens and high-rise buildings along the coast. In 2008, Veli Losinj won the Blue Flower award for the most organized city in the Adriatic area. Veli Losinj developed from a rural place into a seaside shipping town in the 17th century. Today, the locals make a living mostly from tourism. The most recognizable point is the city harbor, which is one of the most beautiful in all of Istria. Above the city climbs the hill of Saint Ivan, which offers a beautiful view. The biggest sights of the town are th ...
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07. Mar 2023
Zagreb - Ban Jelacic statue
The statue of Ban Josip Jelacic is located on Ban Jelacic Square, which is the main square in Zagreb. The square is the heart of the city and the main meeting place of the townspeople. There is a fountain on it, to which the legend of the origin of the city's name is attributed. The statue of Ban Jelacic on a horse is the work of the Austrian sculptor Anton Ferenkor. The statue was erected and ceremoniously opened to the public in 1866. The statue is considered the first public sculpture in Zagreb. Its construction had been planned since 1854, but at that time there was great financial poverty in Croatia. Funds for the statue were collected through numerous donations. The install ...
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07. Mar 2023
Lovran - Villa Astra
Lovran is a village on the Opatija Riviera, on the east coast of Istria. It is located on the eastern slope of Mount Ucka, not far from Opatija. It is a place with a rich past and a long tourist tradition. It got its name from the laurel tree that grows in and around the place itself. It represents the center of the municipality of Lovran, which belongs to the Primorje-Gorski County. The Mediterranean city is characterized by typical narrow streets and houses that are built next to each other. A picturesque coastal promenade runs from Lovran to Opatija, which is very popular among visitors. Hotel Villa Astra is located in a quiet and peaceful area, 20 meters from the nearest beac ...
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07. Mar 2023
Mali Losinj - Church of the Birth of Mary
Mali Losinj is the most developed tourist center on the island of Losinj, mainly because of the wonderful beauty of the closed bay, which is the largest in Kvarner. The first island settlements date back to the Neolithic period. The place flourished economically only in the 19th century, which was contributed to by the development of shipbuilding. Today, Mali Losinj is the cultural and administrative center of the island. The largest city attractions are the parish church of the Birth of Mary, the church of St. Martin, church of St. Nicholas from 1875, the Ambroz Haracic High School, the Fritzy gallery and the fish market in the center of the city. The high school was built in 19 ...
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07. Mar 2023
Zagreb - Church of St Mary
St. Mary's Church was originally a monastery church belonging to the Cistercian order. At the beginning of the 16th century, the order temporarily ceased to function and then it became a parish church. The sacral building is also shown on the oldest preserved illustration of Zagreb. It was built on a plateau that descends in a terraced manner towards the former suburb of the church Kaptol. A small Gothic church with a tower on the east side was gradually expanded in the middle of the 18th century into a Romanesque building with a bell tower on the north side. The west church entrance was built at the end of the 18th century, but the smaller entrance with the baroque portal on the ...
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07. Mar 2023
Novi Vinodolski
Novi Vinodolski, often called Novi, is a picturesque town on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. It extends south of Crikvenica, Selce and Bribirje, or north of Senj. The resort and port belong to the Primorje-Gorski County. The place is located along the main road Reka - Split. It lies at the mouth of the river Suha Ricina into the sea. It is divided into two parts, the newer part developed along the sea coast, and the older compressed part stands on a small hill. Archaeological remains testify to the existence of an ancient settlement on the site of the current settlement, including Roman brick graves from the 1st and 2nd centuries. The center of today's place is represented by the ...
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07. Mar 2023
Zagreb - Jesuit square
Zagreb is a picturesque city that is the scientific, cultural, political, economic and administrative center of the Republic of Croatia. This is the seat of the president, the government and the parliament. It is characterized by a favorable geographical position between the Pannonian Plain, the outskirts of the Alps and the Dinaric Mountains. Zagreb is a city with many picturesque squares, the most popular and the most spacious of which is Ban Josip Jelacic Square. In the beginning, it was called Madusevac, after the spring where the well is now, and later Harmica. Ban Jelacic Square is the heart of Zagreb and the main meeting place of the residents. The most famous Zagreb squar ...
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07. Mar 2023
Veli Losinj - Chapel of the annunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary
Veli Losinj is a small town located in a narrow bay in the southeastern area of the island of Losinj. It lies at the foot of the Saint Ivan hill. The settlement is characterized by tall houses that stand in the first row around the harbor and many luxurious villas with beautiful gardens. The largest attractions in Veli Losinj with are a free-standing circular tower – the Losinj Museum, the fish market from 1898, the parish church of St. Anton Abbot from 1774, the Church of Our Lady of the Angels from 1510, the Chapel of the Annunciation, the flag tower from 1808, The National Home in a neoclassical building in the center of the city, Vila Matilde – a former family boarding house ...
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07. Mar 2023
Savudrija - Lighthouse
Savudrija is located in the northwestern part of the Istrian coast on the cape of the same name, which also represents the most western point of the Balkan Peninsula. Administratively, it belongs to the city of Umag, which in turn falls under the Istrian County. The biggest local landmark is the Savudrija lighthouse. It is easily accessible, it can be reached by car, boat, bicycle or on foot. The nominal range of the Savudrija lighthouse is 30 miles. The lighthouse in Savudrija is the oldest still functioning lighthouse on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. The plan for the lighthouse was made by the architect Pietro Nobile under the patronage of the Austrian emperor Franco I ...
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07. Mar 2023
Zagreb - Lotrscak tower
Zagreb is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Croatia. It has almost a million inhabitants, who are famous for their hospitality. The city is an economic, cultural, diplomatic, trade, political, sports and transport center. Zagreb was formed from two medieval settlements that developed over the centuries on two neighboring hills and whose colorful history dates back to 1094, when the diocese was founded. Today it is a typical Central European city, whose main cultural attractions are mostly located in the old city center. The Lotrscak tower is located in Upper Tower - Medvescak, near the Strossmayer promenade and the funicular. It used to be the main city tower, but n ...
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